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  1. FT: Celtic 3-1 Hearts - (Edouard, Boyata, Dembele; Lafferty)
  2. Win takes Celtic 14 points clear at top
  3. First defeat in 13 for fifth-placed Hearts
  4. FT: Inverness CT 0-1 Dundee (Allan) - Dundee face Motherwell in R5
  5. FT: Formartine United 0-2 Cove Rangers (Stott, Megginson) - Cove to face Falkirk
  6. FT: Berwick Rangers 2-3 Peterhead in League Two
  7. Hampden or Murrayfield for future Scotland matches and cup finals

Live Reporting

By Colin Moffat

All times stated are UK

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  1. More to come on Wednesday

    The fourth round of the Scottish Cup continues tomorrow with the rescheduled Fraserburgh v Rangers match. It's live on Sportsound on BBC Radio Scotland 810MW, digital and online.

    There are also a couple of tasty Premiership matches on...

    Hibernian v Motherwell

    Ross County v Aberdeen

    Join us again for all of the action.

    The Scottish Cup on BBC Scotland
  2. Caley Thistle 'feel hard done by'

    FT: Inverness CT 0-1 Dundee

    Inverness CT manager John Robertson talking to BBC Radio Scotland: "For us the key moment was just before half time. It's a penalty kick. You can see the incident. We lost two identical ones on Saturday where the defender thinks he's getting there and Aaron Doran has gone and nicked in front of him, he's brought down. Anywhere else on the pitch, it's a foul.

    "I think the referee took the easy option. To book Aaron just adds insult to injury. It's a penalty kick, everyone is saying it. Even their players, you can see by their reactions. We're really disappointed but the referee calls it as he sees it. But not to give it and to book the player is a double whammy.

    "Second half they got their goal. It's a poor goal from us.

    "We feel we're hard done by, but that's football. That's cup football. We've went toe-to-toe with a Premiership team over two legs and not looked out of place. In fact, over the piece probably a wee bit unlucky."

    John Robertson feels 'hard done by'
  3. 'Brown made up his mind Cochrane wasn't getting the better of him'

    FT: Celtic 3-1 Hearts

    Sixteen-year-old Harry Cochrane scored the opening goal in a wonderful performance when Hearts halted Celtic's run in December.

    Tonight, the teen midfielder was taken to hospital following a collision with Scott Brown that left Hearts manager Craig Levein none too happy.

    "I think in the last game, Harry had a really good match and on a few occasions he got the better of Scott Brown," Levein told BBC Sportsound.

    "I think Scott had made up his mind that Harry wasn’t going to do that again.

    "I haven’t had a look at the challenge but he’s away to hospital. He’s got a problem with his neck and we’re just hoping that he’s fine.

    "I just thought that Scott had it in mind; I’m not saying there were any particularly wild challenges. Young Harry has to accept that that’s part of the game and I’m sure he’ll learn from it."

    On the result, the Tynecastle boss admits he has "no complaints."

    Levein added: "We didn’t have enough sustained pressure. We gave the ball away too cheaply in the middle of the park and when we did get opportunities to break, we made the wrong decision.

    "When they’re at their best they are very difficult to play against. People have said they’ve been off the boil a little bit – they had some extra incentive to try and prove a point and they were better than us, so I’ve got no complaints."

    Harry Cochrane
    Image caption: Harry Cochrane (left) was taken off in the first half, with what looked like a shoulder problem
  4. Are Celtic eyeing Dundee's Bain?

    FT: Celtic 3-1 Hearts

    Might Celtic be lining up a swoop for Dundee goalkeeper Scott Bain, who joined Hibernian on loan earlier this month?

    Brendan Rodgers is keen to snap up another keeper before the January window shuts, with Craig Gordon out injured.

    "Lots of names have been thrown at me throughout the window," he said.

    "We need to get another keeper in. I thought on that front Dorus de Vries was very calm and cool tonight and very good.

    "But we need another keeper in and I’m sure by tomorrow evening we’ll have another keeper in here and one that is ready to compete for his position."

    Scott Bain
    Image caption: Scott Bain has yet to play for Hibs, where is currently on loan
  5. Easter Road exit for Stokes

    It's time up for Anthony Stokes and Hibs. The striker's third spell with the Edinburgh side ends on a rather sad note after rumours of off-field issues. The 29-year-old has scored 11 goals this season and will always be a hero among the fans for his two goals in the Scottish Cup final win of 2016 but it seems manager Neil Lennon has run out of patience.

    He is leaving the club by "mutual consent", so he'll be a free agent.

    Anthony Stokes
    Image caption: Where next for Anthony Stokes?
  6. McCann hails 'class finish' from Allan

    FT: Inverness CT 0-1 Dundee

    Dundee manager Neil McCann talking to BBC Sportsound: "It was a tough game and it's all about getting through. Now we have a home tie with Motherwell to look forward to.

    "It was a class finish from Scott Allan, really composed.

    "It's always tough to take a player off at half time but Lewis Spence came on and changed the game, allowing Scott Allan a bit more freedom."

    On potential deadline day signings, McCann adds: "Hopefully we can do some business."

  7. 'We were found wanting at Tynecastle - it wasn't going to happen this time'

    FT: Celtic 3-1 Hearts

    Celtic manager Brendan Rodgers on BBC Sportsound: "I thought we were very, very good this evening.

    "We started the game very well with a real intensity in our game and I thought we showed real power in our performance. We created lots of chances, second-half our final pass probably let us down a bit and in the final finish. But there are no complaints; we were outstanding in every facet of our game.

    "It’s a physical test and we were founding wanting in that aspect at Tynecastle (in the 4-0 defeat) – it wasn’t going to happen this time. We had that power and that strength and pace in the team, and you could see that in the performance.

    "Just before Christmas we played Hibs and Hearts and got one point from the six. Now, new year, new intensity, and we got six from six, so that pleases me."

    Brendan Rodgers
    Image caption: Celtic's 3-1 victory over Hearts delighted boss Brendan Rodgers
  8. Scottish Cup fifth round draw

    Following tonight's wins for Dundee at Inverness and Cove Rangers at Formatine United, there is just one outstanding Scottish Cup fourth-round tie, Rangers travelling to Highland League Fraserburgh on Wednesday.

    Here is the updated line-up for the fifth round, with ties scheduled to be played on the weekend of 10/11 February.

    Cove Rangers v Falkirk

    Greenock Morton v Dumbarton

    Hearts v St Johnstone

    Kilmarnock v Brora Rangers

    Ayr United v Fraserburgh/Rangers

    Aberdeen v Dundee United

    Dundee v Motherwell

    Celtic v Partick Thistle

  9. FULL-TIME Formartine Utd 0-2 Cove Rangers

    The Highland League leaders are through but where will they play when they meet Falkirk next? Their new stadium is still being developed and they've been playing all of their league games away from home.

  10. Brown leads by example for Celtic

    FT: Celtic 3-1 Hearts

    Pat Bonner

    Former Celtic goalkeeper on BBC Sportsound

    "Scott Brown was sensational tonight. He played higher up the pitch than usual and he was full of energy, full of running. He kept showing for the ball and it rubs off on the rest of the team."

  11. Hearts avoid a hiding

    FT: Celtic 3-1 Hearts

    Michael Stewart

    Former Hearts midfielder on BBC Sportsound

    "Hearts were more comfortable in the second half since the pace and intensity from Celtic dropped. When it was 3-0 it looked like it could have gone on to be many, many more."

  12. 'Much brighter' from Celtic

    FT: Celtic 3-1 Hearts

    Pat Bonner

    Former Celtic goalkeeper on BBC Sportsound

    "Brendan Rodgers will be delighted, Celtic played with a much brighter, sharper tempo. They had great chances in the second half but didn't take them. Moussa Dembele and Odsonne Edouard looked like a decent partnership."

  13. Hampden or Murrayfield?

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  14. FULL-TIME Celtic 3-1 Hearts

    A comfortable night for Celtic, who steamrollered Hearts in the first half to revenge their December defeat at Tynecastle and move 14 points clear at the top of the Premiership.

    Moussa Dembele was among the goalscorers for Celtic
    Image caption: Moussa Dembele was on target for Celtic, along with Odsonne Edouard and Dedryck Boyata
  15. Post update

    Celtic 3-1 Hearts

    We're into stoppage time as Olivier Ntcham has another lash but this time the shot is straight at Jon McLaughlin.

  16. FULL-TIME Inverness CT 0-1 Dundee

    Neil McCann's side hold on to set up a fifth round meeting with Motherwell at Dens Park.

    Scott Allan got the goal and it was a cracker.

  17. Caley Thistle go close!

    Inverness CT 0-1 Dundee

    Kenny Crawford

    BBC Sport Scotland at the Caledonian Stadium

    Serious Caley Thistle pressure now. Daniel Mackay forces a diving save from Elliott Parish then Dundee defender Kevin Holt clears a header off the line from the resulting corner.

  18. Post update

    Celtic 3-1 Hearts

    Callum McGregor is on for a brief cameo as Celtic's first scorer Odsonne Edouard makes way for the industrious midfielder.

  19. CLOSE!

    Celtic 3-1 Hearts

    In a battle of the captains, Scott Brown comes out on top as Christophe Berra coughs up possession. The ball is worked to Olivier Ntcham, who flashes a shot narrowly wide.

  20. GOAL Formartine Utd 0-2 Cove Rangers

    Mitchel Megginson